A roundup of today’s funding news.
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Editor’s Pick “Mobile analytics is a brand-new field, and no clear winner has emerged yet,” Segment.io cofounder Peter Reinhardt says. “So we made it incredibly easy to try them all.”
Mobile and web analytics company Mixpanel has just launched a new product to help companies track their best sources of revenue.
Swrve enables game publishers to test different outcomes and see which path leads to the best monetization.
Activision Blizzard and Swrve are proving that mobile games are as important as those for consoles.
Mixpanel is known in startup circles for providing top-notch analytics for apps and budding businesses. Today, the Y Combinator-incubated company is launching the ability to find and target (and market to) individual end users.
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Y Combinator startup Mixpanel dives deep into pageview and visitor engagement analytics, offering real-time “micro” stats. And it’s just raised its first institutional round of funding.
Customer-data analytics service KISSmetrics has unveiled a new feature called Database Sync, which combs through old data to provide insights.
Y Combinator startup MixPanel debuted a new, free analytics tool today called User Streams that allows web publishers to track individuals browsing their site in real-time and group similar users into clusters.